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WE WANT THE EAST PIER/BREAKWATER OPEN AGAIN

175 Signatures Goal: 250

This online petition is on behalf of many fellow anglers who feel this part of swansea should be open to the general fishing public. I feel it is a shame that it has been closed to everybody for this length of time and is stopping everyone's enjoyment. This would definately benefit tourism in swansea as a place to go in both the winter and summer months. Please can as many people sign this to show your support as the more we can keep this topic alive the more chance we may have this place to fish again.

  • KEVIN COZENS
    Jan 16, 2015
    Jan 16, 2015
    the price of the permit should also be reduced to around £10pa or for people that only fish a few times a day ticket would be more suitable costing around £4 per day per rod. bins also need to be provided at strategic points to reduce litter
  • KEVIN COZENS
    KEVIN COZENS United Kingdom, Swansea
    Jan 16, 2015
    Jan 16, 2015
    the price of the permit should also be reduced to around £10pa or for people that only fish a few times a day ticket would be more suitable costing around £4 per day per rod. bins also need to be provided at strategic points to reduce litter
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